08.27.2009 12:42 PM
Cincinnati’s Great American Ballpark streamlines graphics production with Chyron technology

The Great American Ball Park, home of the Cincinnati Reds, has installed HyperX and MicroX graphics systems from Chyron to generate and manage promotional player clips, graphic messages and community billboard announcements displayed on large and small screens for fans at the game.

HyperX2, Chyron’s on-air graphics system, combined with the Lyric PRO 7 design and render engine, enables the creation of high-quality graphics in a highly automated way.

MicroX features broadcast-quality, real-time animation and seamless interoperability with external systems. The crew at Great American Ball Park uses MicroX primarily to display baseball statistical information on the Daktronics HD video board through the DakStats service via intelligent interface.



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